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1Bobby & MadDScout News Time 10-20-16 Part 2 of 3
1bobby says():The employment possibilities in Basra are unlimited
MadDScout says():Just from Border crossings
1bobby says():Those are in the billions (dinar)
MadDScout says():Right so this is them looking for more non-oil streams
1bobby says():I think you'll see more Provinces jump on board
as they say, the legal obstacles have been removed
MadDScout says():There has been quit a lot of "go back to work" programs also
1bobby says():Put people to work and they have something to wake up to. Providing for their families is a huge jump forward for the people of Iraq
MadDScout says():Others looking for the new crop out of college
1bobby says():Yep. Technical schools will be a boom
MadDScout says():There are organizations cropping up to warn people of scams to get their information also
1bobby says():Those scams always follow a robust economy
SRW says to MadDScout():Has the Anbar city project begun? That's huge!! Many jobs available there!!
MadDScout says to SRW(:):I have seen discussion it but without the report in front of me I am not sure of it's disposition at present
Will be great and yes there are presently many jobs programs
some having been established and new ones coming up
SRW says to MadDScout():Thanks. Just remember Rcookie bringing that huge project in.. Several weeks ago..
1bobby says():We have to remeber Anbar was just recently liberated but the projects do include Power Plants etc. Those projects are on the table
MadDScout says to SRW():Yes it may be in fact going on now
1bobby says():With the help of outside assistance
MadDScout says to SRW():I see a lot of progress in so many areas that the do run together sometimes if I am being honest
SRW says to MadDScout():Agree!!
MadDScout says to SRW():Thats why sometimes I will have to go baxck to read a report before trying to comment to far on it Thank you for the question
SRW says to MadDScout():Thankyou!!
MadDScout says to SRW():There is so much push ven on this side of a Mosul liberation of rebuilding
many countries many 3 letter agencies it is truly a historic time we are watching
You are welcome Any questions?
MadDScout says to 1bobby():Bobby?
1bobby says():This next article deals with agriculture which Iraq is rich in. Again this will be a non oil revenue
MadDScout says to 1bobby():Sweet
1bobby says():October 20, 2016 in Agriculture
IFAD to begin investment in Iraq to address challenges of agriculture and rural development
The development of the first strategic roadmap for investment in smallholder agriculture and rural development in Iraq is the focus of a high-level meeting being held in Amman from 18 to 20 October.
Organized by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the meeting will set the stage for identifying the priorities for IFAD’s engagement in Iraq, including the main strategic objectives, as well as the framework for the first ever IFAD investment in the country.
The development of Iraq’s country programme is aligned with, and will build on IFAD’s fragile situations strategy.
“IFAD is committed to working in the most fragile and complex environments,” said Khalida Bouzar, IFAD Director for the Near East, North Africa and Europe Division. “We will work to build the resilience of target communities in post-conflict environments such as Iraq,” she added.
This, she said, would be done through complementary partnerships with local and international organizations while maintaining a clear focus on job generation and targeting the most vulnerable communities.
Also addressing the meeting on the opening day will be Ahmad A.H. Bamarni, Ambassador of Iraq to Italy. Other participants include the different directorates of Iraq’s Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Water Resources, as well as representatives of universities and research institutions working on agriculture in Iraq.
The opening session will be followed by presentations by experts from Iraq on challenges and priorities facing smallholder farming in the sectors of crop production, water and irrigation, livestock, date palm, honey production, climate change and natural resource management.
Experts will also focus on sustainable agriculture, agricultural policy needs and access to finance.
A special session will be devoted to the challenges and priorities for targeting and empowering the most vulnerable communities in Iraq.
Working in collaboration with other international partners who support agriculture and rural development issues in Iraq is a key element for IFAD projects. Interventions will be made by a number of international organizations to highlight the scope of their work, and identify complementarities with the IFAD investment. (Source: IFAD)
SRW says to MadDScout():It's fascinating to see this occur!! God bless the people of Iraq!!
MadDScout says to SRW():Amen
_AB_Newsflash says():IFAD whats that , i heard of AFLAC
MadDScout says to _AB_Newsflash():LOL